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Venue:Labor Center Room: LC 309

Join us for a Work-in-Progress sessions were Department of History Dr. Daniel Royles will share his working draft on "Nurturing Growth in Those Empty Spaces": Blackness and Multiculturalism in AIDS Education. Followed by a discussion with Dr. Mark Padilla, Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies; Dr. Jessica Adler, Department of History; and Dr. Valerie Patterson, Department of Public Policy and Administration. Tuesday, 23 October at 3:00 PM, in LC 309.

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Venue:Deuxieme Maison, Room DM 370

The Witting in History Initiative invites all course instructors to the FALL 2018 FACULTY ROUNDTABLE “Smart Syllabi for Spring”. Topics include 1)Tips for Managing Canvas, 2)Assistance on Digital Projects Tutoring, and 3)Discussion on Publishers’ Resources. Thursday, October 25th, at 2:00 PM in DM370

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Venue:Deuxieme Maison, Room DM 370

Join us for the Atlantic Colloquium on "Disruptions in Time: Historical Reflections on Disaster, Revolution, and the Digital Humanities". Presented by Cindy Ermus, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Lethbridge in Canada. Friday, Oct 26th at 3:30PM - 5:00PM, in DM 370. Free and Open to all FIU students.

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Venue:FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, SASC 160

A look at the unsung immigrants and migrants that built Miami —from Bahamian workers and African-Americans to waves of Cubans and Puerto Ricans. The paradox of its immigrant founders and legacy of segregation that determined which stories would be told and which would be forgotten. Co-sponsored by LACC, FIU's The Humanities Edge, Cuban Research Institute & Honors College. Free and open to students and faculty from MDC and FIU as well as the general public. Monday, Nov 5th at 3PM-5PM, in SASC 160

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Venue:CGIS South, Tsai Auditorium, 1730 Cambridge Street

The students will present their work at Harvard University's David Rockefeller Center for Latin American for their Studies Cuba Studies Program Graduate Student Symposium: "New Voices in Cuba Studies". A symposium exploring new directions in Cuba studies. Friday November 30, 2018 at CGIS South S010 - Tsai Auditorium. Click for information on venue and schedule.